ATC is proud to announce that Senior Project Manager Stephanie Pryor, ATC Birmingham, AL, Branch, has been recognized as one of ENR Southeast’s 2019 Top Young Professionals.

Each year, Engineering News Record (ENR) Regional Editions hosts a Top Young Professionals contest, which recognizes the regional construction industry’s up-and-coming leaders. The contest, conducted by each of ENR’s Regional Publications, seeks to recognize 20 young professionals, under the age of 40, who represent the “Best-of-the-Best” in their construction and design careers. These men and women stand out by exhibiting qualities such as leadership, career progress, community involvement, and creating landmark projects.

Stephanie earned her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama, and has been with ATC Group Services for ten years.

With 16 years of industry experience, 4 years as Senior Project Manager, a wife, and a mother; Stephanie Pryor is a great example of women achieving success in the workplace. She currently manages all due diligence related projects for ATC’s Birmingham (Alabaster) and Loxley, Alabama offices. She is also actively involved in the hiring, training, and mentoring of junior level staff within the Environmental Departments at each office.

Her biggest accomplishment at ATC has been obtaining her professional engineering license while being a wife and mother. This is because not only did Pryor have a young family at the time, but one of her children was born with a birth defect that required a cranial vault reconstruction surgery at 6 months of age. Post-surgery, she took time to invest in her career; the time spent in the classroom, away from distractions and obstacles, was what she needed to pass the P.E. exam to obtain her license.

Pryor displays high achievement in her current position by the satisfaction and return rate of her clients. She strives to provide her clients with a quality product that is on time and within their budget.

ATC is proud of Stephanie’s hard work and dedication, and we congratulate her on a job well done!